Country icon Trisha Yearwood is back with brand new music, dropping the empowering “Every Girl In This Town” as her latest single.
Placing the ’90s superstar’s high-flying vocal out front, the anthemic song starts of quiet and reserved before swelling to a huge, spirit-filling crescendo, with Yearwood delivering an inspiring message of feminine perseverance.
“It’s an emotional song, because the lyrics remind me of that little girl who believed anything and everything was possible,” Yearwood explains. “It’s something we all share in common, and I love being reminded it’s okay to just be me. ‘Every Girl In This Town’ is a power song, too. It inspires all of us to love who we are, keep dreaming and give ourselves a break when we’re not perfect. I hope fans see themselves in it, too — I know I do. I also hope that boys and men think about their own ‘Every Girl’ and how special she is.”
Yearwood as also released a scrapbook-inspired lyric video for the single, featuring some of her own childhood photos alongside candid shots sent in by fans. The track will lead into the fall release of Yearwood’s next album — her first full-length country record since 2007’s Heaven, Heartache and the Power of Love. She released the Frank Sinatra tribute, Let’s Be Frank, earlier this year.
Wednesday night (June 5th) Yearwood joined Brandi Carlile and Tanya Tucker to perform Tucker’s rousing “Delta Dawn” on the 2019 CMT Music Awards — accompanied by Lauren Alaina, Carly Pearce, Martina McBride, RaeLynn and Deana Carter — and she’ll appear multiple times this weekend as part of the CMA Music Festival in Nashville, including a performance of “Every Girl In This Town” at Nissan Stadium on Sunday (June 9th.) Her cooking show, Trisha’s Southern Kitchen, airs Saturdays at 12:00 p.m. ET on the Food Network.